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Thursday, September 01, 2005
Nero and Philips Showcase Blu-ray Technology at IFA


Nero and Philips will demonstrate the new Blu-ray optical disc format at IFA 2005, September 2 through 7 in Berlin, Germany.

Nero 6 Reloaded possesses the ability to record data and video with a blue laser onto Blu-ray media. Nero ShowTime 2 allows users to play back all digital recordings including video recorded on Blu-ray discs, movies, TV programs, home videos, DVD video all with high-quality picture and sound quality.

Using Philips triple writer, Blu-ray Disc drive features in Nero applications offers a number of advantages, beginning with writing support for Blu-ray single-layer (25GB), and a new "pseudo-overwrite" method for BD-R. Nero Burning ROM and Nero Express use the Blu-ray disc features for data mastering, and InCD uses the Blu-ray disc features for packet writing.

The PC drive utilixes Philips' OPU81 triple-laser optica pick-up unit in which seperate infra-red, red and blue lasers share the same optical pathway to provide Blu-Ray disc read/write capabilities as well as read/write compatibility with DVD and CD.

The high-definition (HD) movie features achieved by using Blu-ray single-layer media with Nero applications include six hours of HD movie playback, 11 hours of standard content playback, and Dolby Digital multichannel surround playback with 40 Mbps maximum bit rate for ultra high quality. Nero ShowTime 2 supports playback of Blu-ray video discs in AVC/MPEG-2 high definition.

The Philips display at IFA 2005 will be located in Hall 22, at the Blu-Ray Disc corner and moreover live demonstrations will be shown at Nero booth in Hall 1.1, booth 203.


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